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NOUN   a boot | boots
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VERB  to boot | booted | booted ... 
 
SYNO   boot | iron boot | iron heel ... 
NOUN1   das Boot | die Boote
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NOUN2   der Boot | die Boots
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SYNO   Boot | Schiff
boatfulein Boot voll [Leute oder Ladung]
boating {adj} {past-p}Boot fahrend
Verbs
comp. to boot
200
hochfahren
to boot sb./sth. [kick]
61
jdn./etw. treten
to boot sb./sth. [archaic] [enrich]
46
jdn./etw. bereichern [fig.]
to boot sb. [obs.] [give profit or advantage to]
37
jdm. nützen [helfen]
to boot [ball]
23
kicken [ugs.]
to boot sb. [coll.] [to kick]
5
jdn. umtreten [ugs.]
[to live or survive in hiding or with a false identity] [esp. of Jews in Nazi-Germany]als U-Boot leben / überleben
to boatBoot fahren
to boatin einem Boot fahren
naut. to boat sb./sth. [transport]jdn./etw. mit einem Boot transportieren
to boot [obs.]einen Vorteil bringen
to boot sb./sth. [kick]jdm./etw. einen Fußtritt geben
Nouns
boat
1843
Boot {n}
cloth. boot
1129
Stiefel {m}
automot. boot [Br.]
713
Kofferraum {m}
automot. boot [Br.]
75
Gepäckraum {m}
comp. boot
22
Start {m}
tech. boot
21
Muffe {f}
boot [archaic] [advantage, profit]
19
Vorteil {m}
automot. boot [Br.]
17
Kutschkasten {m} [veraltet]
boot [Am.]
12
Pflaster {n}
boot [archaic] [profit, advantage]
9
Nutzen {m}
cloth. boot
7
Rohrstiefel {m}
[somebody acting or voting covertly for the opposition]U-Boot {n} [fig.] [ugs.]
mil. boomer [Am.] [coll.]Atom-U-Boot {n}
traffic boot [Am.] [= Denver boot]Parkkralle {f}
mil. boot [Am.] [coll.] [a navy or marine recruit, esp. one in training]US-Navy- / US-Marine-Rekrut {m} [besonders in der Grundausbildung]
naut. boot [Am.] [Marine Corps or Navy: recruit]Neuling {m}
boot [Denver boot]Kralle {f} [um Autos am Wegfahren zu hindern]
tech. boot [gaiter]Faltenbalg {m}
equest. boot [marking]halbweißer Fuß {m}
zool. boot [marking]weißer Stiefel {m}
naut. cockleshell [small boat]kleines Boot {n}
naut. sub [coll.] [submarine]U-Boot {n}
mil. naut. submarineU-Boot {n}
mil. naut. submarinerU-Boot-Fahrer {m}
submariner [female]U-Boot-Fahrerin {f}
2 Words: Others
boot-faced {adj} [sl.]mürrisch
Ship ahoy!Boot voraus!
to boot {adv}obendrein
to boot {adv}noch dazu
2 Words: Verbs
comp. to boot (up)booten
to boot out [coll.]rausschmeißen [ugs.]
jobs to boot out [coll.] [to fire]entlassen
to boot sb. out [coll.]jdn. ausbooten [ugs.] [aus seiner Stellung entfernen / verdrängen]
comp. to boot uphochfahren
idiom to bring sb. in [get sb. on board]jdn. ins Boot holen
to go boatingBoot fahren gehen
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A 2014-10-29: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/U-Boo...
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A 2014-08-24: Mein Haus, mein Auto, mein Boot
A 2013-02-06: Boot
A 2012-07-10: I assume it means what wiki calls ...
A 2012-05-25: romy's 12:14: Post of the Month! P...
A 2012-04-23: Es gibt aber "Boot fahren"
A 2012-02-05: U-Boot-Sandwich
A 2012-01-17: X hatte das Boot gechartert, als Y...
A 2011-12-19: boot time scan
Q 2011-12-18: to schedule Boot Time Scan to exec...
A 2011-12-16: (so) cute? to boot ( kein Verb, so...
A 2011-07-22: http://www.google.de/#sclient=psy&...
A 2011-02-15: Besser: Häufig sind wir auch auf d...
A 2011-01-16: "aus" dem Boot ... indicates rowbo...
Q 2011-01-16: Boot
A 2010-11-21: Danke, Wenz. Ich weiß, was ein U-B...
A 2010-08-29: Ins Boot holen
A 2010-07-19: geht auf Kundenbedürfnisse im Umga...
A 2010-06-15: You can hardly imagine that the ba...

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